Howard Hodgkin

Is censorship on the rise in the West?

Plus, Frank Auerbach at the Courtauld and an Indian painting from Howard Hodgkin’s collection

The Metropolitan Museum of Art acquires rejected Howard Hodgkin collection of Indian art

The late British artist envisioned that his collection would be acquired by the Ashmolean Museum, which rejected the offer due to provenance concerns

A great send-off: Howard Hodgkin's extraordinary final paintings go on show at Gagosian

Late artist completed six paintings in five weeks, all of which are included in London gallery exhibition


Podcast episode 33: Absent friends—Howard Hodgkin's final paintings; Robert Indiana remembered

We talk to Antony Peattie, the music writer and partner of the late Howard Hodgkin and to Barbara Haskell, curator of Robert Indiana's 2013 retrospective at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York.

Hosted by Ben Luke. Produced by Julia Michalska and David Clack

Sotheby’s sale of Howard Hodgkin’s works on paper supports new print catalogue raisonné

Every work by the late UK artist up for auction—from stage designs to book covers—is an artist’s proof

News from London: Art prints and art skincare go on sale, while both Condé Nast and the Chapmans raise a fuss

Meanwhile, the art world gets back to bare essentials as Hodgkin has an unusual request for the director of the ICA while Tate director’s wife is defrocked

Gagosian London opens and underground art

Gagosian opens in London, Art goes underground in Waterloo and at home in Camberwell

What's On: Fundació Caixa de Pensions to host Hodgkin retrospective and exhibition in recognition of Vuillard's fiftieth anniversary

Also scheduled is "Passage de l'Image", in which the different ways in which artists have adopted electronic media are charted